This spot in Ballard feels like a cozy corner coffee shop, but in addition to good espresso drinks, they serve some Korean-inspired brunch food, like eggs benedict with pork belly or chicken and waffles made with gochujang sauce. Weekend breakfast here is relaxed but not sleepy, mostly due to the aesthetically simple interior. Don’t miss the Fruity Pebbles French toast topped with whipped cream, because unlike in second grade, there’s nobody here telling you what you can and can’t order.

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